12th National Public Sector Fraud and Corruption Congress

12th Annual National Public Sector Fraud and Corruption Congress

27-28th July, 2022, Sydney

Following a challenging two years government agencies our now more vulnerable to fraud and corruption threats than ever before. Changes in technology and work practices have opened them up to greater risks that are harder to manage.

The 12th Annual National Public Sector Fraud and Corruption Congress will provide a forum for all levels of government to come together in re-evaluating and improving their approaches to fraud and corruption prevention, detection, investigation, and resolution.

Delegates will have the opportunity to gain insight from expert Australian and international speakers on the most pressing challenges in fraud and corruption control in 2022 with practical strategies on:

  • Responses to the evolving nature of fraud and corruption in a disrupted society
  • Measures to detect and prevent fraud using data, AI, and digital resources
  • Initiatives to reimagine training, culture, and communications to reinvigorate organisational competencies
  • Processes to support working from home to protect against fresh cyber threats
  • Designs of policies to reflect an agile workforce and range of threats


Join our key international keynotes

Andrew Penhale, Head of Specialist Fraud Division, Crown Prosecution Service (UK) 

Mark Sutcliffe, Green Homes Grant Counter Fraud Lead, Energy, Efficiency and Local, Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (UK)

Euan Slack, Head of Spotlight, Cabinet Office (UK)  

 Simon Marchand, Chief Fraud Prevention Officer, Nuance Communications  (Canada)

 As well as a range of key federal, state and local government specialists including;

  • Lucinda Atkinson, Executive Director, Corporate Services, Australian Commission for Law Enforcement Integrity
  • Andrew Lawrence, Senior Legal Officer, Attorney General’s Department – tbc
  • Lucas Betts, Director – Integrity and Investigations, Department of Justice and Community Safety, Victoria
  • Julia Barrett, Principal Manager, Fraud and Corruption Prevention, Transport for NSW
  • Adam Dent, Chief Executive, NSW State Insurance Regulatory Authority
  • Stephen Wood, Senior Corruption Prevention Officer, Corruption Prevention, ICAC
  • Shail Singh, Lead Ombudsman Investments and Advice, Australian Financial Complaints Authority
  • Greg Bolton, Manager, Governance, Risk and Insurance Specialist, Powerlink Queensland
  • Jim Myers, Director Ethics, Department of State Development, Manufacturing, Infrastructure and Planning, Queensland
  • Iain McBurnie, Senior Investigator, WA Country Health Service
  • Liam Bacon, Manager, Investigations, WACHS Integrity Unit, WA Country Health Service
  • Dr David Curnow, Executive Director, Post Sentence Authority
  • Catherine Geenty, Professional Conduct Coordinator, Wollongong City Council
  • Stephen D’Arcy, Head of Content, Worksafe Victoria
  • Brian Hay, Executive Director, Cultural Cybersecurity

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